About 5 years ago my 30+ daughter had her thyroid removed because of noncancerous growths. 2 years latter they removed growths from her parathyroid. She has been ill with stomach problems and they did an ultrasound and found growths on the liver. She just got the MRI results back and they found 2 hemageomas and dozens of noncancerous growths on the liver. They also discovered that half of her gallbladder is dead. My concern is that all of this is related and that she'll get the same thing on other organs in her body. Has anyone ever heard of this before?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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